California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a tough bill on network neutrality. By law, we prohibit ISPs from blocking or restricting legal apps or websites and prohibit content prioritization. The law is even more advanced than the Federal network neutrality rules that were discontinued by prohibiting "zero rating" that provides free data for specific applications.
Several other states have taken measures to neutralize the Internet, but in most countries it does not require it to all providers, but restrictions that bypass the Federal Commission's prohibition on disclosure of laws We chose to establish less protection. On the neutrality of the network, California has chosen to do this, very clearly reflects the rules introduced by the FCC in 2015 and enacted the law to cancel in 2017.
This certainly means there is a trial. The first and most immediate problem is whether the prohibition of the state's forced Internet neutrality by the FCC will be maintained. Last time when the FCC tried to collapse the state law – even if it says the state was defeated in court, I wanted the city to be able to build its own broadband network. This is a similar situation, but the FCC has different reasons for the need to restrict state laws.
Within 30 minutes of the published signature, Washington The Trump regime discussed lawsuits against California laws and reported that they will file a complaint on Monday morning to ensure that the Internet neutrality rules do not become square.
When the rule takes effect, the ISP probably can not block or limit the content next year. They need to be able to connect all "non-harmful" devices. Provide paid fast lane; impose interconnection fee. We bypass these rules by billing for streaming TV services offered via internet cable for exle …
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California governor signed the law with the nation's most severe net neutrality bill
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